Multilingual flashcard: Snow

Snow, snow everywhere and I couldn’t be happier! I know that snow is a pain when you’re travelling (particularly on public transport and particularly in the South of England where a mere smattering seems to disrupt everything!) but I have yet to grow out of my child-like wonder when the first flakes start drifting down from the sky. Hopefully I never will!

Here is how to say snow in 10 different languages – just keep learning your target language one word at a time and you will be surprised at how much you will retain!

multilingual flashcards snow

Enjoy the snow while it lasts!

Let me know how you’re planning to pick up / continue learning languages in the New Year.

Are you learning a new language?

Determined to do a bit more on a language you have already started?

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Sha says:

    snow in Malay is called ‘salji’ /sull-gee/ ❄️☃️

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    1. Wow, thank you for sharing. I would love to learn Malay someday 🙂

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  2. I love your flashcards! What a great idea! I only know the English language and wish that I
    would have learned at least one more.

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    1. I think it is really worth learning another language, any one you like! I hope the flashcards come in handy if you learn one of those languages 🙂

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